Before you go to Northwestern Memorial Hospital, you may want to know what the people who have already gone to this Chicago emergency room think.
Maria Stiles⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER Recommended“A story was unfolded right in front of my eyes while waiting patiently at the emergency room.” My emotional and physical well-being just went through a time testing over the past few years so to speak while searching for my long lost family. For what was worth, I stood by what I believed -in while losing the portion that hindered my experience. It is a challenge task for me personally. I hope I would recover from where I am—To be better and in a brighter future. Thanks a million as always.Lisa AlbanoIt was an 11 hour wait (8pm-7am). I had the flu and needed a chest x-ray and a breathing treatment. Once I received that at 10pm, they wouldn’t let me leave because “I needed to see a doctor.” From 10pm-3:30am, they refused to tell me if my chest x-ray was clear and made me wait in the lobby of the Northwestern Medicine Complex. Finally at 3:30, I wheeled myself to the nurses station and my blood pressure was so low, they told me they needed to start an IV immediately. I saw PA at 5am, and they said I couldn’t leave and needed to wait for the supervising doctor. The doctor arrived at 7am and told me I had the flu (which I already knew) and the best thing to do was to sleep for 10-12 hours a day. Very ironic seeing as they kept me up all night. Again, I arrived at 8pm and LEFT at 7am. I have never received such abhorrent care. I can’t imagine if my illness was more serious. The waiting room was also incredibly dirty. For example, there was a bag filled with vomit just sitting on one of the chairs. If you are in need of immediate medical attention, I would go elsewhere.H Yeargin⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedI have received great care every time I’ve been there. The docs are knowledgeable and mostly kind. Staff is great. I had Dr Lee and his band of comic heroes. Bathroom and floors were clean (I’m a germophobe, I check) he did every test he could think of and explained everything. Wonderful Dr and staff ❤️Yoohyun Choeterrifyingly disorganized. making people wait more than 6 hours after one urine test and saying there are “approximately” quite a few people left although there should be an order of arrival. And they are not sure it’s 5 or 6 people left. It seems based on the subjective decision by nurses or the system itself can pick and choose who’s more severe and urgent. It is not functioning as an emergency room but like an office accepting the guests. The emergency room should be doctors finding their patients not pick and choose based on their availability and enjoying the freedom of changing their shift. It can definitely kill people in pain through this ambiguous way of management.Bee SweetThe wait times for triage and to see a physician is ridiculous. The system for patients could definitely use some work. Overall just terrible waited 5 hours just to be told the minimum wait is 7 hours.Kathy MurrayThe ER was horrible. After a 6 hour wait, I had an argumentative Dr and left without a diagnosis. It was an exhausting time. If at all possible go to quick care or try to get into your primary care provider.Isela GuzmanALL staff members in ER were rude and lack any sort of sympathy. My husband sat in a chair in triage for 6 hours. Nurses kept saying they were waiting for a bed, but yet other patients waiting in triage were coming and going quickly. To have someone sit on a chair for six hours without seeing a doctor was unacceptable. My husband was then detained against his will after he stated he didn’t want further treatment. Not to mention, I was not allowed to enter their “triage” area to speak with him. Not once! I was left in the dark! My husband says a nurse told him it wasn’t social hour after he stated having a discussion with another patient. It was a nightmare for us both. We had to call our lawyer to come help us make sense of such madness. After our lawyer spoke with staff members, my husband was released shortly after. No one should feel like they’re in prison when they simply are looking for medical attention. No one should have to sit in a chair for six hours with no food, no contact with loved ones waiting, and not feeling like their being held against their will! Shame on you NW! I will never return and never refer anyone!dieyoungNext time, just let me die. I was told that I had an heart attack and needed to stay in the hospital a minimum of 2 days. After convincing the staff I could not stay, all treatment stopped, crickets. I asked for test results, crickets. Could I do further testing on an out patient basis, crickets. Billed my insurance $6000. I’m still waiting on the detailed bill.Yannie LiThis is not an emergency room. It’s a turtle slow room. Don’t come if you have urgent problem.MJ CHICAGOBeen sitting here since 1pm. It’s now after 6. Not enough chairs, not enough staff to handle patients. I’ve been in small town ERs that were run more efficiently than this alleged top rated hospital. Now they claim there’s a trauma they need to deal with. Doesn’t explain the last 4.5 hours My husband said he went to the ER in Indonesia and it was better managed than NWMH.Susan Daniel⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedNot much wait. Top notch doctors and nurses.Sarah JNMH claims they are dedicated to providing high quality care. This was not my experience. I came into the ER in clear distress: excruciating pain and nonstop vomiting. The front desk staff was rude, disrespectful and wildly unhelpful. While the entire ER room was filled with people cozily and comfortably wrapped in blankets napping, I was forced to wait 4 hours without so much as an IV bag of fluids while my condition worsened. The triage was completely inappropriate and as a nurse I could understand this. The lobby was dirty and disgusting. Will NEVER be back here and would never recommend this place to my worst enemy.Rachel Walker⭐️⭐️⭐️I’m giving them three stars for the staff ALONE. Courteous and seemed kind. Determined to find out what was wrong. I don’t like the fact that no one offered pain meds when I left considering the obvious amount of pain I was in. Seems stereotypical of what they say about hospitals and black patients. But other than that, I’m okay with this place. I’ll just get the script I need from my PCP.ismail cengiz⭐️⭐️⭐️I give them 3 stars just for doctors,thanks them. But I don’t have any stars for other services,because waiting and prices Sox.(For Emergency room) I wish they can change the this system and more people can visit there…Donnie Brasco⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedI have been a patient at Northwestern since I was diagnosed with my life changing disease in 2011 and unfortunately have been a frequent patient to this fine ER. This is the best hospital and ER in Chicago hands down. The Doctors and Nurses that work in the ER are the best I have come across and I have been to many ERs. (Nothing to brag about) First and foremost ER’s don’t take patients on a first come first serve basis…thank god! They take patients based on who needs the most immediate care first. Second we live in the 3rd largest city in the United States think population numbers. If you want fast service move to Macomb Illinois or just hit a McDonald’s drive thru. People are complaining about 2-4 wait times in an ER, but they lived to write a negative review so I believe Northwestern ER did their jobs! Also why did you choose Northwestern? Because it ranks in the top 10 in the United States every year!Olivergavin Gavin⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER Recommended# 1 Hospital in Chicago,IL they are really good the wait in the Emergency room was (4)Hours wait today on Thursday August 22, 2019 register at: 10:00am I highly recommend this Hospital to Family, Friends, and the publicMelissa DaudelinDoctors were okay but their billing department is horrible. Will never use Northwestern again. Much prefer Advocate.Stephanie BrimleyWent In for high blood pressure while pregnant, they took me in the back the fast track rooms which are very nice and clean it’s only when you get the main er rooms they become gross ( I had to be moved fast track to the main er because my problem was more serious). People had been laying on beds in the hallways that had been there over 24hours it was sad and pitiful how nurses was talking to them. They had no respect. Bathrooms where they collect urine samples was beyond Disgusting. By the time I walked out of there I felt like I needed to be Quarantine or bathe in sanitizer.Gifted HandsTook my girlfriend to the hospital for heart pain and let me start by saying it’s a lot of fishy mess going on. A male doctor suggests the room is too small for me to accompany my girlfriend for triage which it wasn’t and on top of that he closes the curtain in my face. She tells me that the guy told her in a demanding way to lift her shirt all the way up so that he could run tests…. in triage. Then we wait for the doctor to call and the doctor pretty much does the same thing. Upon arriving and calling us, she immediately told me I don’t need to come, I can wait. She did everything in her power to get me out of the room with my girlfriend. My girlfriend expressed how uncomfortable she was after her experience with the guy from triage. Terrible if I must sayJessica WadeHorrible horrible experience, im pregnant and i needed to be seen for stepping on a sensor tag, it was deep in my foot and i was bleeding & came to the er to make sure there was no infection. I waited 4 hours and constantly got told different things by different nurses about how i would be up soon, unfortunately i had to leave because i could no longer wait and i had to go to a different emergency room for better care!!! Do not come here!!! Horrible service and horrible attotudes!!Nicholas KarczewskiALARMING EXPERIENCE. I hurt my shoulder/chest playing hockey. After over 3 long hours of waiting in the ER I finally got back to see a doctor. The ER was fine, they were honest and gave you an idea how long it would be. Once I got back there with the doctors I saw how messed up their process was. This doctor, named Doctor Cookie, told me my x rays were fine and she’d be right back to talk right after she went over my blood tests. She never came back. Instead an X-ray technician came in the room and unexpectedly took me for another set of xrays even tho my first ones came back fine. Fast forward till 4AM (keep in mind I got there before 10pm and had been there for 6 hours) I demanded to leave. The real doctors came in and decided I actually needed a CT scan the entire time. I had enough, was very exhausted and in pain, I didn’t have a clear mind as I was so tired and hit my head too. I regrettably left, I couldn’t be there anymore. They were not being clear to me at all what was going on or how long I would be there. Why did the first doctor send me in for more x rays that were completely pointless? And without consulting me about it? I don’t understood why she lied to me like that. Reading about my injury online it seems like an easy diagnosis and is a Sternoclavicular joint injury and would require a CT scan. Why did it take 6 hours for them to figure out a CT scan is what was needed? It took me 15 minutes on my phone to figure that out. This ER has 0 efficiency, these people are at work and they don’t give a heck how quickly they treat anyone. I should have been out of that room hours before I was, and they should have been on to treating the next patient. I have been to a lot of ERs and know how difficult they can be, Yet I never seen anything like this ER. Yet aside from the one misleading doctor, everyone else I associated with was very nice and great to me. Yet the process and way things are executed behind those doors is down right disturbing. This ER provided me one of the worst nights of my life.Laura Bennett⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedEven though the ER was very busy, the staff was friendly and worked hard to keep things moving.John Mederich⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedThis is an excellent hospital. I hope it ranks number one internationally to promote peace and safety along with long-term care options for physical health.Matt GoodDefinitely 1 star service. After 2 visits in the last 2 days, I am NEVER coming to this hospital for ER services again. They have people in beds in the isle-ways and hallways all over the place, so it looks like something out of a disaster scene. And these patients get the special ‘Ron Pipeil Food Dehydrator’ type of service, they just set ‘em and forget ‘em. They provided ‘quotes’ at the beginning of each visit and charged us an initial co-pay based on that, and on the first visit they had a quote before they even confirmed a diagnosis?! These quotes were over $3k on day one and over $2k on day two. Treatment involved a CT scan on day one, but other than that it was primarily running an IV and giving a pain med dose…and lying in a bed for a few hours. All helpful services were rendered within the first few hours on the second visit, yet we were left in the hallway for another 5+ hours with no good reason. We had to ask them AT LEAST half a dozen times to fix an IV bag that stopped dropping, and it was literally 4 hours before it was taken care of. The doctor also ordered an oral pain med which also took no less than 6 follow up requests over a 3 hour period to actually get a nurse to bring it. When we brought it up to the doctor the 5th time he actually said ‘what the f***?!’, because he was upset that it still had not been brought by the nurse. I’ve been to plenty of ERs to know that some waiting will always be involved, and I do my best to be understanding…but this was just beyond ridiculous. We went to the ER at Rush back in October, and the service was 100x better.Liz MasonAs we were waiting for a family member to be admitted, we observed behaviors by the staff that made us uncomfortable. First, when our relative was taken to an examination room, we attempted to switch who was with him to the person with the most knowledge of his medical history. When we asked about the switch, we were told that they needed to call up to the nurse’s station. Instead of returning to give us an update, we watched the staff member return and not approach us. I had to get up again to ask what the response was. When we were finally allowed to make the switch, the head attendant/nurse told a nurse to go do something, then come back and show us where to go. A male nurse offered to take us that moment, but the head attendant said he was too busy, so we had to wait. The worst part didn’t happen to us. As we waited for our relative to be examined, we observed a woman in a wheelchair have one of the automated doors hit her when someone came through. She had been placed by staff obviously within the range of the door. Instead of responding quickly, we watched as the staff stood by as the door continued to attempt to open and the woman in the chair started to make noises. I believe she had limited reflexes at the time as she never put her hands up to push the door. They waited long enough to respond that I was about to stand up and mover her myself, then finally someone reacted. I understand there are some things ER can’t control like wait times or space, but there should be a base level of human decency that unfortunately I didn’t see from the staff.Daryl WintersI just had an awful experience here. I have long heard about how great northwestern is and I had high hopes choosing to go to them over other hospitals but they were completely useless, specifically Dr. Timothy Loftus. I’ve been having extreme nerve pain the past 3 wks leading to missing several days of work, after not being able to sit stand or lay for any reasonable period of time. I previously went to urgent care and my primary dr and they to me if it got worse to go to the er and explain the situation. I asked for an mri so we could see what was going on, but was denied by Dr. Timothy who said we don’t do mri’s for this kind of thing, though he admitted he was unaware what kind of thing I was enduring. At the end of paying my co pay of $200, I was not given any meds besides an anti inflammatory shot in my arm and told to schedule an orthopedic surgeon. I really feel that northwestern failed me by not allowing me to at least come away with a diagnosis, the 3-4 hrs I spent there were a complete waste and I will never use their services again, as there are several hospitals in the area to try instead.Barbara BoggsWait times are ridiculous. Up to 8 hours! They should have recommended that some of the cases go to the immediate care, to alleviate a lot of the congestion. Some people don’t know that it is a option. And the waiting area has need revamped, which makes it even more congested and loud. If you didn’t come in with a headache, you’ll have one soon. And some of the staff have attitudes, when some is trying to ask them a question. It should never be the “it’s not my job or ask someone else” attitude. Help bring them to someone who ca help. And the security guards shouldn’t just be hanging around and talking loud about silly things. Can’t they help bring in people from the curbs. I will say that it does help having the volunteers around to help with patients needing small things, like blankets. And how does a family member get something to drink anymore? No vending machines, or was to the rest of the hospital restaurants. There is a lot of work that needs to be done. NM may be the best in clinic, specialists, outpatient and inpatient care, but the ER is the worst and shameful.Ashley MohrThe doctors and Registered nurses that handled my Moms case were COMPLETELY unprofessional, cruel, and rude. She went in with numbness throughout her ENTIRE right arm, (she has had four heart attacks in less then 3 years and my father just passed away earlier last year as well which has not helped her health). Instead of asking her or having her show them what the problem was OR EVEN BRINGING IN HER ACTUAL DOCTOR SHE SEES ON A REGULAR BASIS and is LITERALLY in the next building, they immediately criticized her. THIS IS THE PROBLEM WITH THIS HOSPITAL. They forget to put faith in what their patients are saying, and fail to make ANY attempt at doing ACTUAL research or making contact with doctors that have worked with patients that have had a era of health problems over the years DESPITE THEM BEING AND WORKING FOR THE SAME HOSPITAL AND COMPANY. They did NOTHING for my Mother besides accuse her of abusing her medication, and faking the pain and numbness. She was DEVASTATED and in TEARS leaving because Northwestern is the only hospital she confides and trusts after years and years of health issues. I will NEVER bring her to these people again or anyone else for that matter. They need better training and a staff that can act professional IN AND OUT OF THE PATIENTS ROOM.Patrick DonnellThe security guards are awful. Not at all interested in providing service. The passive aggressive woman when I went in was horrible. More interested in protecting her job than anything else. If you are not actively bleeding, the medical is incredibly slow. Horrible. The doctors and nurses are nice, but the system is S L O W. The administrative support staff, unbelievable bad. We spent 14 hours there without an answer. We finally just walked out.D HIt’s a slow moving prison. Stay very far away.Randy SmithGiving The Northwestern Emergency Room one star is being very generous!!! Watching Northwestern triage patients is a remarkable experience. The person I was waiting with is a doctor, the doctor could not believe how many “common rules” were being violated in triaging patients. We waited over 4 hours to be moved into a room. Once we were moved into a room, it took approximately 2 more hours to be seen by a dr. After reviewing the case, the attending doctor stated he would recommend a head scan be executed. Two hours later, I asked the doctor when this scan would take place. His answer was, “he was waiting for his supervisor to approve”. Hmmm….an attending doctor needed supervisor approval??? At the time that I’m writing this, we have been at Northwestern’s Emergency room for close to 8 hours and still have not received any real medical attention (scan has not been performed). With all of this happening, we witness nurses and dr texting, having personal conversations and generally sitting around the middle of the floor while patients wait for service. Do not come to Northwestern, they do not know how to manage an emergency room environment.Lizbeth SanchezThe worst wait time ever have been sitting in the emergency room for 4 hours in pain when I asked how much longer I was told possibly another 2 hours was not asked in triage how much pain I was in on a scale of 1-10 I have no idea why it’s gotten this bad here this hospital used to be one of my favorites the only amazing part of this hospital is the prentice women’s hospital for delivery the best hospital by far but the northwesters emergency room is just sadGeorgieStay away. Staff horrible. Was told by my surgeon to go. Having issues after surgery. Arrived at 2:00 pm. Was stuck in a wheelchair for 5 hrs. And this was back in the ER, not reception/waiting room. Wasn’t allowed to use restroom. Male nurse yelled at me for asking. Was told “You don’t have a room, a nurse, a doctor, so you can’t”. At 7:00 I was finally given a room, finally a doctor. Finally given my meds prescribed from surgery missed 2 prescribed doses, and other maintenance meds. Discharged at 1:30 AM. They never addressed why I came in. All the while attempting to get my doctor or someone on the phone. Told by a resident on the phone that he wasn’t responsible for someone in the ER. Who is? And the security guards treated people like animals. And the staff were also laughing at people that were “having issues”. A woman came in filthy from her own bodily fluids and one security guard was spraying her with air freshener. Is this the way a hospital staff cares for people in need?Mera AThere are some amazing physicians who are affiliated with Northwestern Hospital. However, it’s the worst hospital when it comes to emergent care. You are better off going to your doctors office where he/she could expedite appropriate testing. My father suffers from a brain tumor everytime I have brought him there after buying into Northwesterns ’prestigious’ name. I have regretted my decision. There has been instances when I have left the emergency room and opted for a another hosiptial after signing in at the reception. The weight time and care is terrible. Even triage doesn’t expedite things unless you come in via an ambulance. Even if you explain the situation over and over again. It could be due to the massive traffic the emergency room gets 24/7. Or the fact that nurses and the staff have become accustomed to providing terrible care and they don’t realize what kind of terrible customer care they are providing to high paying insured patients. Again, well qualified physicians but extremely terrible staff.Marisol Roman⭐️⭐️I expected so much more from such a large prestigious Chicago Hospital. This is the most smallest hospital I have ever been to. The wait is by far the most ever. I am extremely disappointed with this experience.Madi Leigh PartingtonI waited in the waiting room for over 6 hours only seeing a triage nurse for less than two minutes. When I asked how much longer after 6 hours I was told “Pain doesn’t kill anyone so you’ll just have to wait.” When I asked how much longer they said 2 hours, maybe more. And that wasn’t even to see the doctor that was to be moved out of the waiting room.Michael Paoli⭐️⭐️We have used them before. The main hospital and the staff are fantastic and the emergency USED to be pretty good even if overcrowded often. The “improvements” are baffling. The drive up area is better but the already crowded waiting room has been cut in half! Leaving more open space for wheelchairs was needed, the chairs are more comfortable and like the staff keeps saying “it’s pretty. But with sick people lining the walls leaning and sitting on the floor, backed up to the doors. How did this get through the design phase? Then they roll out the new space before it’s ready. NO CALL BUTTONS!!! And of course no tv, gives a phone no. for the room but no phones in them, etc. NOT READY! Heck most of the aids couldn’t figure out how to get through the damn doors on the one try!. After 5 hours wait in the crowded waiting room (it is good they have a guy going around taking blood pressure of patients who are at risk for that after they’ve been there a few hours to be safe but it should not be necessary) then we were wheeled into a room by an aid and left without seeing another face for over an hour! This has NEVER happened before even on ridiculously busy weekend nights. Finally took vitals, etc and got us some water, I think she pushed the student to get in to us. He was nice and did his job. Then it was not 15 – 20 min like you might expect but HOURS before seeing another person, then it was to request a urine sample which was left forgotten for another hour. It goes on like that ALL NIGHT. Most frustrating, she has a long history on record there and was sent in by her doctor to be admitted for a treatment because Briova/Spectrum totally screwed up a routine appeal to Medicare and she was weeks late on a necessary infusion. I know they have to go through some routines so nothing new is missed but they knew what had to be done and it wasn’t happening. Doctor came after another idle hour and said he had to take the info back to a group of doctors to decide what to do, supposedly they had contacted her Northwestern doctor of many years who sent her there, but they had to have a meeting. Was over 2 hours before they even looked at her again and no treatment was forthcoming. She wasn’t fed from 1pm in the afternoon until 9am, the next morning and is only now going to a room and the original treatment is coming. She had it in the emergency once long ago, she couldve been done and out of their way in 3 to 4 hours instead of in emergency for 21 hours then another day to be treated. And you wonder is Medicare wasting money? It’s not their fault. This is a great hospital that had a total mismanagement glitch that somebody should pay for with their, no doubt high priced job. It’s going to be very difficult and expensive to fix this.Claudette GianakosMy daughter brought herself to the emergency where she was in the waiting room dizzy nauseous with extreme neck and head pain she proceeded to stand up to try to get to the washroom because she was feeling nauseous and she passed out on the floor and threw up she was then brought in by a security guard into the triage where they yelled at her for throwing up on the floor and then was sat back out in the waiting area when she waited for 7 hours when she was admitted she was then in the room for another 2 hours before they even looked at her the staff was horrible the doctor decided she needed to do a spinal tap because she believed with the symptoms that my daughter had meningitis so she did her spinal tap very unprofessional by the way in the room in the dark basically and then came back and said she did not have meningitis but kept her on the fluids through the IV so the new staff comes in now it’s 7 in the morning from 7 p.m. the previous day when she went in still on IV the new doctor comes in and told her she does have meningitis but that is viral and that nothing could be done but to stay on the fluids till they were finished then the new nurse comes in who is extremely bothered by having to take out my daughter’s IV so she could go to the bathroom and extremely bothered by the fact that the previous doctor ordered her some relief medicine which this nurse felt was below her to bring when my daughter had to go to the bathroom she was quite out of it still from all the medicine in the nurse literally just pointed to the one bathroom that was open and said oh the other one is closed but you could use that one which was across the room and down the hall and I watched as my daughter was stumbling I ran over to her because she looked like she was going to pass out she was just out of it still from everything that’s been going on and the nurse just looked at me and then my daughter came back and she was supposed to be rehook to the IV called the nurse but she never came so I went into the hallway where the nurse was laughing and playing on the computer with other team members and I said to her aren’t you supposed to hook her back up to the IV and she looked at me very really and said I will when I have time I don’t know why she needs to be back on it she’s going to be released anyways now all that being said it’s a week later and my daughter now he has to get a blood patch because her area that she had the spinal tap is leaking and she has extreme headaches and is extremely sick with the virus still and I’m trying to get answers of how to go about this and no one is returning my calls this is insane and I will say that my ex-husband is very influential attorney in this will not be ignored besides the fact that a year ago my daughter went in to the emergency with pain in her side and they kept her for appendix surgery but didn’t bring her in for 5 hours because they hadn’t another emergency and finally my daughter passed out it and went into shakes and convulsions and they finally took her in because they felt that it was going to burst unfortunately it’s the closest hospital to where she lives and it will never go back there she’s been traumatized twice by the hospital should be ashamed
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◼️ Open 24 hours this emergency room of Chicago?
Yes, of course. The Northwestern Memorial Hospital is open 24 hours a day for any emergency.
◼️ Is it also open on Sundays and holidays?
Yes, of course. The Northwestern Memorial Hospital is open on holidays and also on Sundays.
◼️ What’s the address of the Northwestern Memorial Hospital in Chicago
The full address is 251 E Huron St, Chicago, IL 60611, United States.
◼️ What’s Northwestern Memorial Hospital phone number?
The phone number of Northwestern Memorial Hospital is +1 312-926-2000. You can click here to call now from your phone.
◼️ What are the GPS coordinates to get there?
If you use a GPS coordinate system to get to the emergency room, you must enter the following; a latitude of 41.8943406 and a longitude of -87.6216388.
◼️ How much is it to go to the Northwestern Memorial Hospital?
The cost of visiting the emergency room of Northwestern Memorial Hospital may vary depending on the type of emergency you have and also the type of insurance you are with. Feel free to ask or call the center before you go.
◼️ How long should you wait in an emergency room?
The waiting time will always depend on the type of emergency at that very moment. You can contact the medical center before to ensure that you can be attended to as quickly as possible.
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